Volume 25: Oblivion Ghouls Cycle Stages

June 21, 2019

 D&D Homebrew: Traskoria | Volume 25 -  Oblivion Ghouls Cycle Stages

Volume 25: Oblivion Ghouls Cycle Stages

This blog provides the illustrations for each Oblivion Ghoul cycle stage: 

 
Cycle 1: 
Here we see the Cycle 1 Oblivion Ghoul. His skin has turned very pale and his teeth, fingernails, and toenails have turned a dark purple. He now has an aura of creepiness. This one appears to want to join the “O-Boys”.

Here we see the Cycle 1 Oblivion Ghoul. His skin has turned very pale and his teeth, fingernails, and toenails have turned a dark purple. He now has an aura of creepiness. This one appears to want to join the “O-Boys”

 

 

Cycle 2: 
The Cycle 2 Oblivion Ghoul has put on a massive amount a weight and has started to break out in sores and stink.

The Cycle 2 Oblivion Ghoul has put on a massive amount a weight and has started to break out in sores and stink. 

 

 

Cycle 3:
 This Cycle 3 Oblivion Ghoul is also called a “Sad Boy” or a “Saddie”. His bodily fluids are out of control and he always appears to be snotty and crying. He is covered in sores of all kinds. His breath and sore let off a powerful stench. Tiny worms can be seen crawling thru his skin. He is crushing a steel beam in his hand to vent his rage.

This Cycle 3 Oblivion Ghoul is also called a “Sad Boy” or a “Saddie”. His bodily fluids are out of control and he always appears to be snotty and crying. He is covered in sores of all kinds. His breath and sore let off a powerful stench. Tiny worms can be seen crawling thru his skin. He is crushing a steel beam in his hand to vent his rage.

 

Cycle 4: 
 This Cycle 4 Oblivion Ghoul has undergone a metamorphosis and come out looking like the best version of himself. He exudes an aura of charm and beauty. This cycle are sometimes called, “Beautiful Bastards”because despite their magical good looks they are selfish and egotistical in their hearts.

This Cycle 4 Oblivion Ghoul has undergone a metamorphosis and come out looking like the best version of himself. He exudes an aura of charm and beauty. This cycle are sometimes called, “Beautiful Bastards”because despite their magical good looks they are selfish and egotistical in their hearts.

Cycle 5:
The Cycle 5 Oblivion Ghoul is displaying his new body pattern that has formed on him.
The Cycle 5 Oblivion Ghoul is displaying his new body pattern that has formed on him.
Cycle 6: 
This Oblivion Ghoul has reached the highest form of his kind that has ever been seen. He has grown powerful and majestic horns from his head.

This Oblivion Ghoul has reached the highest form of his kind that has ever been seen. He has grown powerful and majestic horns from his head.

-Random Psionic

 

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